Creepstreams: Kuwait

Posted by Mark

Creepstreams is a website that streams footage from certain models of Trendnet home security cameras from around the world that are known to have a security vulnerability. I just checked the website and noticed there is one camera in Kuwait that is currently streaming footage online without the owners knowledge. Sadly for us peeping toms the camera is located in what looks to be a paint shop. You can check it out [Here]

via The Verge

Update: Google has disabled the website


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  1. vieColor says:

    Its a photo there video won’t stream :p

  2. shey says:

    it does stream. how can the owners not know? How can they get access to the footage?

  3. Mark says:

    Someone needs to contact the owner and let him know the camera is upside down :D

  4. Gus says:

    So thats how Mr Finch’s machine operates :)

  5. Dessert Girl says:

    This IS creepy! And it can happen to anyone … I knew I wasn’t crazy-paranoid for taping over the built-in webcam on my laptop.

  6. 3azeez says:

    My wife family have such security cameras across their home. it would be terrible invasion of privacy if someone gained access to their cams.

  7. UK93 says:

    These cameras are connected to an IP so the owner can view them online, but obviously he doesn’t have any security on the connection.

  8. Chris says:

    I am curious, is it working for anyone? It was working a couple of hours back now I get a pop “Google has disabled use of Maps API for this application.”

    …….

  9. Emily says:

    Wow, that’s disgusting, and disgusting that you watch and a promoting such a sight by blogging about it.

  10. Samuel says:

    Google has disabled it!

  11. Spoiled Q8 says:

    i agree with emily…

    WTF were you thinking blogging / promoting such a site..

    • desert sky says:

      What’s wrong with posting about a site like this? A bit over-sensitive aren’t. It’s not like it’s a video stream from a toilet.

  12. R says:

    Exactly! Guys, chill.


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